2019’s Best Sunday Bags 

By Ryan Watson

 

Sunday bags are perfect for a leisurely game and reflect on the game's simpler roots. These lightweight bags are perfect for transporting select clubs to the driving range and are really designed to let you simply throw clubs in the bag and leave. If you’re looking for something to walk the course with, especially for par-3 and executive courses, and don’t want to lug around a 50 pound bag, try a nice Sunday bag for a quick and comfortable round of golf. 

 


Callaway Hyper-Lite 1+ Pencil Bag


 

Callaway has expanded on the classic Sunday bag by adding 3 zippered pockets and short legs to keep the bag off of the ground. The bag comes in single and double-strap versions, and the 3 way divider allows for easy club retrieval. It’s a great option for a quick round. MSRP $120. Buy Here 

 


Orlimar Pitch & Putt Lightweight Carry Bag


 

The most affordable option on the list, the Orlimar Pitch & Putt Lightweight Carry Bag has no frills attached. It provides a pencil bag for your clubs with 2 compartments, one accessory pocket, detachable shoulder strap and a durable carry handle. It features 2 stands to keep your clubs accessible without stooping and will remind you of the bag your grandpa used to carry during your first rounds of golf. $35-55 Buy Here  

 


Titleist Carry Bag


 

Titleist provides a classic Sunday bag at under 2.5 lbs. This bag features 3 pockets, including a velour-lined valuables pocket, on a water resistant bag. It features 2 straps that are self balancing to make carrying the bag even easier. The bag as two dividers, but does not have any stands. The Premium Carry Bag provides mini legs an waterproof material on the bottom and underside for only $20 more. $90. Buy Here 

 


Ping Moonlite


 

The Moonlite bag shows the potential of Sunday Bags to take on the bulkier carry bags commonly seen on walking courses. This 2.5 lb bag still has room for a full set of 14 clubs and features 4 roomy pockets. It features a water-resistant underside and wide, padded adjustable straps. It does not feature any legs, but is a roomier option than the other bags on this list. $100. Buy Here

 


Mizuno BR-D2


The Mizuno BR-D2 is another great addition to the Sunday bag market with its streamlined modern design and ample storage. It features 2 full length dividers as well as a full length pocket that can fit a jacket and fresh towels. The half length stand legs are also helpful and keep your bag off the grass. The bag also features a waterproof underbelly with matching rainhood to keep clubs protected from the elements. $100. Buy Here

 

Bonus luxury option


Sun Mountain Leather Sunday Bag 


 

This is simply a great Sunday bag that has the vintage looks to make you feel like your Ben Hogan or Bobby Jones on the course. These supple leather bags come in brown or black and feature 3 pockets and 4 dividers. A single strap keeps the classic look going and is perfect for the golfer looking for something a little extra. $425. Buy Here 

About The Author

Ryan Watson is a freelance sportswriter and history professor. He has been an avid fan of golf since his father signed him up for golf camp as a young child. Ryan enjoys following the professional game and learning about new equipment and gadgets.

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